Jun 032013
 

“I’m about to go study” or “I’m not about to go study”? What do these sentences mean? How do we use about, about to, and not about to in English? You are about to watch a vocabulary lesson in which I will explain the difference between these expressions with many examples. You’ll also hear the Canadian pronunciation of “about” that many people find funny!

English Vocabulary – ABOUT, ABOUT TO, NOT ABOUT TO video

 

 

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